ERROR: LoadError: InitError: could not load library "/home/meck/.julia/artifacts/0a7f440ba143b238cc3dd0def2956d34d76755f3/lib/libnetcdf.so" libmbedcrypto.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory Stacktrace:  dlopen(s::String, flags::UInt32) @ Base.Libc.Libdl ./libdl.jl:114  macro expansion @ ~/.julia/packages/JLLWrappers/WnWcZ/src/products/library_generators.jl:63 [inlined]  __init__() @ NetCDF_jll ~/.julia/packages/NetCDF_jll/xjKDT/src/wrappers/x86_64-linux-gnu.jl:14  top-level scope (repeats 2 times) @ none:1 during initialization of module NetCDF_jll in expression starting at /home/meck/.julia/packages/NCDatasets/eDnxY/src/NCDatasets.jl:1 ERROR: LoadError: Failed to precompile NCDatasets [85f8d34a-cbdd-5861-8df4-14fed0d494ab] to /home/meck/.julia/compiled/v1.6/NCDatasets/jl_o0m8sm. Stacktrace:  compilecache(pkg::Base.PkgId, path::String, internal_stderr::Base.TTY, internal_stdout::Base.TTY) @ Base ./loading.jl:1360  top-level scope (repeats 2 times) @ none:1 in expression starting at /home/meck/Documents/Bachelor Arbeit/Repos/Oceananigans.jl/src/Oceananigans.jl:1 ERROR: Failed to precompile Oceananigans [9e8cae18-63c1-5223-a75c-80ca9d6e9a09] to /home/meck/.julia/compiled/v1.6/Oceananigans/jl_FWrYAi. Stacktrace:  compilecache(pkg::Base.PkgId, path::String, internal_stderr::Base.TTY, internal_stdout::Base.TTY) @ Base ./loading.jl:1360
build NCDatasets (in pkg-mode)
(Oceananigans) pkg> build NCDatasets Precompiling project... Progress [========================================>] 1/1 ✗ Oceananigans 0 dependencies successfully precompiled in 7 seconds (75 already precompiled) 1 dependency errored (Oceananigans) pkg> add NCDatasets Resolving package versions... No Changes to `~/Documents/Bachelor Arbeit/Repos/Oceananigans.jl/Project.toml` No Changes to `~/Documents/Bachelor Arbeit/Repos/Oceananigans.jl/Manifest.toml` Precompiling project... Progress [========================================>] 1/1 ✗ Oceananigans 0 dependencies successfully precompiled in 7 seconds (75 already precompiled) 1 dependency errored
Oceananigans installs fine on my linux machine with 1.6, and the file `~/.julia/artifacts/0a7f440ba143b238cc3dd0def2956d34d76755f3/lib/libnetcdf.so" exists on my machine.
Hm okay thanks for testing anyway. Do you know what exactly
1 dependency errored means? Does it mean Oceananigans?
I would suspect that it is a dependency. But not so helpful… Judging by your first post is is one of the two I suggested to re-build.
Could it be that I broke something with
git stash? I wanted to pull the newest updates from the repository, without committing my changes, so I ran git stash.
I’m asking bc that was something I did the first time today.
If you don’t have objections to this, you could try to remove
~/.julia. That can solve a lot of cache-related problems.
It can also be that the package from which you’re loading the environment is broken (Unclear error message when adding/updating dependencies on broken module · Issue #2381 · JuliaLang/Pkg.jl · GitHub). But, given that you said the package works, that’s probably not it.
What’s the value of the environment variable
LD_LIBRARY_PATH? Inside Julia run
It’d be useful if you could run
strace on julia and find out what file is missing. Also, how did you install Julia?
That won’t do much: mbedtls comes with julia in v1.6, so the error is much earlier than NCDatasets
I am getting this one:
julia> @show ENV["LD_LIBRARY_PATH"] ERROR: KeyError: key "LD_LIBRARY_PATH" not found Stacktrace:  access_env @ ./env.jl:43 [inlined]  getindex(#unused#::Base.EnvDict, k::String) @ Base ./env.jl:79  top-level scope @ show.jl:955
But versioninfo() doesnt give me any info about the environment at all. So I guess something has been broken there?
julia> versioninfo() Julia Version 1.6.0 Commit f9720dc2eb* (2021-03-24 12:55 UTC) Platform Info: OS: Linux (x86_64-pc-linux-gnu) CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-8350U CPU @ 1.70GHz WORD_SIZE: 64 LIBM: libopenlibm LLVM: libLLVM-11.1.0 (ORCJIT, skylake)
I installed Julia through pacman with
pacman -S julia
So you are using Arch Linux? I strongly recommend to use
aur/julia-bin instead. The fact you’re using the package from Arch Linux repositories is very likely the culprit here
Ok I reinstalled from the binary and now it actually seems to work. Thank you!